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Re: What SHOULD happen here?

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2008 19:11:56 -0800

B. Smith-Mannschott wrote:
> On Jan 8, 2008, at 05:58, Robert Roessler wrote:
>> As sometimes happens, I changed my mind and decided that I did NOT
>> want the last change to a file (I wanted to "undo" the previous commit).
>> ...

> ...
> The correct command to accomplish what you are attempting to accomplish
> is "Revert changes from this revision". (If you want to revert the most
> recent N revisions you can also use "Revert to this revisions"). These
> commands will make the changes necessary to revert the given revisions
> on your local working copy (much like the merge operation). Subsequently
> you can then check these local changes back into the repository. You'll
> find these two commands in the context menu (right mouse button) for log
> entries in the window opened by the command "Show log".

Thanks - I don't use the log dialog nearly as much as the Explorer
context menu, and so wasn't thinking about the available functionality
in the log - this does indeed do what I am after. ;)

Robert Roessler

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